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THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE — TRIANGLE NC | VOLUmE 16 — IssUE 1 34 durham New restaurants are opening at warp speed with more on tap for 2016. Two notables are Black Twig Cider House (hard cider focused restaurant), and Durham's Bull McCabe's Irish Pub that will team up with Tan-durm food truck owner BJ Patel to open an English-style gastro-pub. The menu will ofer South Asian specialties as well as an "exploratory approach" to British food culture. The pub will also carry a wide range of European and local craft beers, along with single-malt whiskey. "Foodies" have nontraditional choices for cuisine. Food trucks line up by the Durham Farmer's Market where Chirba Chirba's (Mandarin for "eat, eat") big yellow truck serves up exceptional Chinese dumplings. Food markets like Rose's Meat Market and Sweet Shop, and Foster's Market are staples in the food community. In the beverage category, the city continues to entice new distilleries and breweries to set up shop. Durham Distillery opened in 2015 and is open for scheduled tours. The city is recognized for its burgeoning brew scene by Thrillist as one of "10 Untapped Beer Cities Poised to Blow Up." Try Durham's oldest craft brewery, Triangle Brewing Company for Belgian- and American- style ale or popular Fullsteam located close to downtown where bands, sports fans, and food trucks collide with local crafted beer. Thrillist gives Ponysaurus Brewing Co. a high fve for favors ranging from a Videri Chocolate Stout to the fruity and foral Fig Saison Ale. Business in the innovative city comes in all shapes and sizes. The presence of the Research Triangle Park, Duke Medical Center and Duke University are all drawing cards for young professionals who attracted to the inventive industries of the future. Quintiles is on Fortune's list of the "World's Most Admired Companies" – one that includes Apple. The Durham-based company is one of six North Carolina- headquartered frms to make the list. At the American Underground startup hub (located on the campus of the American Tobacco Campus) entrepreneurs, startups, innovators and investors work in a nucleus surrounded by restaurants, ofces and entertainment. It is also North Carolina's largest historic renovation project with more than one million square feet of transformed tobacco warehouse space. "The growth of the American Underground is a refection of the deep and rich entrepreneurial spirit of Durham," said Adam Klein, Chief Strategist. [] American Underground

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